ABSTRACT

Naval Law Review. Volume 56, 2008   [open pdf - 2MB]

This document is the 2008 issue of the Naval Justice School's annual "Naval Law Review" journal which covers relevant issues in the field of military law. This edition includes the following articles: "Responding to Transnational Terrorism Under the Jus Ad Bellum: A Normative Framework" by Michael N. Schmitt; "A Comfortable Sofa: The Need for an Equitable Foreign Criminal Jurisdiction Agreement with Iraq" by Ian S. Wexler; "Mayfield, FISA [Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act], and the Fourth Amendment" by Trevor Rush; "Uncharted Waters: The Expansion of State Regulatory Authority Over Federal Activities and Migratory Resources Under the Coastal Zone Management Act" by Joseph Romero; "The Continued Health Care Benefit Program: The Department of Defense's Guarantee of Lifetime Health Care to All Former Military Spouses" by Jessica Lynn Pyle; "Out of Sight, Out of Mind? A Case for Long Range Identification and Tracking of Vessels on the High Seas" by Jason M. Krajewski; "The Use of Force in Hostage Rescue Missions" by Joseph J. Eldred; and "Ensuring Fair Winds and Following Seas: A Proposal for a Sino-American Incident at Sea Agreement" by Michael Hughes. This issue also includes two book reviews.

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2008
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Public Domain
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Naval Justice School: http://www.jag.navy.mil/
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